The unapproachable intensity of early death tied to physical passions: this is the archetypal narrative of the experience of HIV/AIDS as it exists in the ego, in the imagination, in the body, and in politics. The passionate body is a generating focus – the body that desires, that is erotic – which is also the body that wants to live, that fights or welcomes contagion, rot and disintegration.
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Speaker: Paul Attinello
Paul Attinello trained at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich and is in private practice in Newcastle upon Tyne. He is published in numerous journals, essay collections and reference works, and has written extensively on contemporary musics, gender and sexuality, the culture of AIDS, and philosophical and psychological topics.